Denver Botanical Gardens bringing you all the fun fall foliage
By Elizabeth Weiler on September 20, 2023
Denver, CO — Between corn mazes, fall bulb sales and glowing pumpkin walks, Denver Botanical Gardens has all the fall fun!
Glow at the Gardens
At the main York St. location, the botanical gardens are calling it a “spine-tingling stroll’. Glow at the Gardens. is an evening stroll at the with illuminated, “larger-than-life pumpkin sculptures, spooky live entertainment and, of course, hoards of gourds with thousands of jack o’ lanterns made from real, locally grown pumpkins”.
Tickets are selling out fast and the earliest availability to take the stroll is Oct. 17th!
7-Acre Corn Maze
Looking to fully immerse yourself in the spook of the season? Get lost in Chatfield Farms 7-acre corn maze. According to the farm, the maze is viewable from a 15-foot-tall bridge. Kids aged 10 and below can explore the corn mini-maze.
The maze, complete with twists and turns has a last entry time of 5 p.m. Tickets are required before entering. If you want a better plan of attack, Chatfield farms has supplied an online map. However, if you want the full experience, take your chances without a memorized path.
Fall Plant and Bulb sale
This weekend only! Saturday 22nd and 23rd at 8am-4pm at the York St. location. The Denver Botanical Gardens is having a sale of fall plants thriving in Colorado’s fall climate. Between bulbs, succulents, houseplants and seeds, inventory is limited for this sale, so first come first serve.
Before you go, check out the sale catalog!
Although admission is free, reservations are required!